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Chateau d'Auvers, Auvers-sur-Oise
(3.5/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Chateau d'Auvers dates back to the early years of Louis XIII and provides a historic view of royal France. Inside the castle, wander the lavish hallways and admire the historical art and furniture of those years. Outside, enjoy the French gardens and landscaping. The first terrace at the foot of the castle offers an unobstructed view of the city, the valley of the Oise, and the forest of l'Isle-Adam. The second terrace is confined to the southeast corner in a pavilion gazebo. From the third terrace, you can access an orangery facing a circular basin. A labyrinth of hedges and a collection of old iris complement these features. Plan to visit Chateau d'Auvers and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Auvers-sur-Oise attractions using our Auvers-sur-Oise vacation route planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Visit with our grandchildren, the Park is very beautiful, the Castle pretty but the visit in the castle is disappointing! Concept pretty cheesy and outdated but it seems they will do the work. Very expensive ticket. Can be interesting for a school visit from CM2 class, cultural content is really light and must represent the value of a page of a book devoted to the painting of the nineteenth century... I invite management to follow the example of the United States who know how to mix the cultural and entertainment perfectly, here we get bored farm! go rather to the Musée d'Orsay.
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  • The ride is made especially for the city which is very nice. The visit to the castle is the opportunity to take a bit of height. Nice garden but not necessarily maintained
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  • Accessible from downtown by a parallel street of character. Unfortunately at the end of October, although it's very mild, but we don't take advantage of the flowers and the French garden located in front of the Castle stands. Almost € 15... it's expensive. There's no (few) visit a castle but a scenic route from room to room on the Impressionists and the life of the town in the form of video animation. Interesting and original.
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  • Very disappointing! Potential and enormous ways... very poorly operated! A journey with themed rooms is organized, which is a good idea, if people do not necessarily remain in the original group. They move faster and constrain the following to wait the end of the animation they triggered in each room. What is unfortunate, is that the visit is organised so as to immerse ourselves in the time of the Impressionists. But it is often irrelevant. For example, they created a kind of cabaret to show one of the inspirations for painters. And for 10 min fictional characters we are presented. This is only an example! In addition we see no artwork, rather paradoxical for a Museum, no? I put even 2 stars, because the place is beautiful and the work is real. The gardens are to see... but not the Museum.
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  • A visited, beautiful space the orangerie exalts a pleasant fragrance in the spring. The restaurant and the shop are also visit after a beautiful walk in the Park.
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  • Beautiful place not to be missed. Beautiful animation and route sir the Impressionists
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  • Gardens very nice and pleasant for walking, but not very careful and not take the potential advantage of having. The exhibition is not worth to be interactive. It has free parking.
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  • Museum of impressionism... It is a journey both fun and educational to understand this painting
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